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CSM class in January in fantastic Istanbul

The Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) training will be presented in English in Istanbul, Turkey in January 2017

We are welcoming all the interested people to have a fantastic 2-day training in İstanbul to learn the basis of Scrum and obtain the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) certification by the Scrum Alliance. The class will be held on 23-24 January and we still have early bird seats available.

Istanbul

Training Topics:

  • Lean & Agile Principles
  • Scrum Values & Principles
  • Scrum framework core elements: roles, activities, and artifacts
  • The ScrumMaster, Product Owner and Development Team roles
  • Product Vision and long-term roadmap planning
  • Mid-range ‘Release’ Planning
  • Scaling Scrum to multiple teams
  • User Stories and the Product Backlog
  • Sprint Planning and the Sprint backlog
  • Daily Scrum ...

Certified Scrum Master Training in Berlin with Bob Sarni

A special CSM training for the Scrumtisch Member in Berlin, March 22./23.

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4 March 2010
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Scrumtisch Berlin
Tags
csm, scrum, scrummaster, scrum master training

Hi everybody,

I am glad to announce, that I could book Bob Sarni, Certified Scrum Coach and Trainer to held a Certified Scrum Master Class (CSM) for the member of the Berlin Scrumtisch.

The CSM Training will be in Friedrichshain, March, 22nd/23rd.

If you like to know more about the special conditions and you want to attend just write to scrumtisch@agile42.com

Marion

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